Fired Up For Tesla’s Cybertruck? Then Check Out This Ebike

The Apocalypse is nigh for Tesla’s armored electric pickup.

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Ebike into doomsday with the Tesla Cybertruck-compatible RLE Apocalypse.RLE Bike

Do you love your ebike, but continue to be frustrated you can’t carry a flamethrower on it? Russian-French ebike company RLE Bike, in cooperation with Tesla (yes, that Tesla), may have the answer for you.

RLE, which makes lightweight ebikes from aerospace titanium and carbon fiber, has announced that in Europe it will offer owners of Tesla’s upcoming Cybertruck an ultralight ebike that charges directly from the armored pickup. The Apocalypse titanium ebike will come in a custom “military” airbrushed finish playing off the Cybertruck’s stainless steel exterior.

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The Apocalypse is available to preorder for European customers.RLE Bike

“The RLE Apocalypse electric bikes will help you out in situations where even the Tesla Cybertruck is powerless!” RLE’s breathless press release states. “These titanium electric bikes are equipped with racks for various attachments and even have mounts for a Boring Company flamethrower.”

The Boring Company is Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s transportation tunneling venture. In early 2018, the company also sold a run of 20,000 flamethrowers priced at $500 each. Many of the “Not-a-Flamethrowers,” as The Boring Company named them, are now listed for sale on eBay for thousands of dollars.

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The Boring Company’s Not-a-Flamethrower fits into the rear rack of the Apocalypse because…well, just because.RLE BIke

The RLE Apocalypse will also have an optional remote button for the Not-a-Flamethrower, “which is especially convenient when you need to quickly break away from pursuers (if using flamethrowers is not prohibited in your country),” the release states. Pyrophobics can opt for a breadboard mock-up of the Not-a-Flamethrower for 399 euros.

The ebikes can be preordered in pairs at three different spec levels for 9,999 to 14,999 euros. They’ll also be sold individually, but that pricing was not immediately available. A Cybertruck charger is included with the order, and customers can opt for a fingerprint recognition system on the bike for an upcharge of 799 euros.

Should you get a respite from your doomsday prepping, hop on over to RLE Bike’s website for more information on the Apocalypse.